Emily Ratajkowski blasts basic men who think with their d***s!

Model-and-actress Emily Ratajkowski - who has just been romantically linked to Harry Styles - has criticised men for being obsessed "with their d**ks" and not emotionally ready for grown-up relationships.



Emily Ratajkowski gives a damning verdict on men's mindsets
Emily Ratajkowski gives a damning verdict on men's mindsets

Emily Ratajkowski has criticised men for only thinking with "their d***s".

The model-and-actress - who rose to fame in 2013 after flaunting her body as she appeared topless in a nude thong in the music video for Robin Thicke’s hit single ‘Blurred Lines’ - was recently snapped locking lips with pop star sensation Harry Styles during a trip to Tokyo, Japan.

In the wake of that A-list make-out session with 29-year-old Harry, the 'Gone Girl' star took to social media to participate in a question and answer session with her fans in which she gave her damning verdict on guys in general.

When asked whether it’s cool to raise a baby without a father, Emily - who, last year, split from husband Sebastian Bear-McClard, the father of her two-year-old Sylvester Apollo - said: “I'm so sorry to say this – men think with their d**ks. And they're just not that advanced.

“Like a woman would be like, ‘I don't even know if I can go on a first date with this guy – he has two kids.’

“Guys are just not there. So they'll be in love with you and they'll be like, 'Oh s**t, she has two kids – guess I'm a stepdad.'"

In the wake of her split, EmRata was reassured about her future romantic chances by an A-list pal who assured her that any potential dates wouldn't be put off by the fact she is a mom.

She revealed: "I think I definitely would like to have more children – I really love being a mom. I'm not sure I'm going to find somebody that I want to raise a child with. A friend of mine – a very famous friend with many sisters - when I told her I was getting divorced, was like, 'Don't worry, like, guys are not deterred by you having a child.

“And guess what? She was right. I will say there are men who are more respectful of my family, which is me and Sly, and our relationship, and more cognisant of it than others. And that makes a huge difference for me.

“In general, it's not like guys are like, 'Oh my God, I don't wanna be a stepdad' – that's too much pressure.”